How a woman with dementia coped with moving into a care home.
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This case study illustrates the positive effects of an early diagnosis of dementia.
How personalisation can work for older people living in purpose-built supported accommodation.
A film about supporting people with dementia to die well, where and how they and their family wish.
People with dementia often suffer from a range of sensory losses – especially of sight and hearing – which can be mistakenly ascribed to their dementia. This report looks at the importance of identifying and addressing sensory loss in people with dementia.
The implications personalisation has for older people living in residential care.
An introduction to home care reablement.
The key facts about dementia and how changes that take place in the brain affect behaviour.
This drama demonstrates the work of Independent Mental Capacity Advocates. It also shows why carers must be involved in best interests decisions.
A short film depicting scenes in a domestic setting between an older man and his domiciliary care worker. The film introduces the principles of the Mental Capacity Act in relation to a financial decision.